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romney taking on our enemies no matter where nay nest. >> jennifer: joining me from los angeles is current tv's always outspoking stephanie miller. "talking liberally" can be seen each weekend morning at 9:00 eastern, pacific. and here inside our "war room" is strategist donnie fowler. let me start with donnie. donnie, the big bird thing, with all of its problems why would the obama campaign make an ad about big bird. >> i don't know. it is the hottest thing on facebook right now. >> jennifer: it is funny. >> it is hilarious, but other people are funnier than politicians usually. >> jennifer: like stephanie miller for example. stephanie, what -- you guys -- on your show this morning, maybe a little bit early, because what do you read is the mood among progressives from the ground? >> a lot of times, feel like a hostage negotiator, just stay calm. >> jennifer: it's a therapy session. >> we knew this was going to be a tight race, and that being said, but a lot of them are sort of all over the place, and, you know, the battlegrounds are still obviously going
comes to us tonight from los angeles. he's a partner with the fox law firm and he served in several high profile roles in u.s. state departments and in the united nations. welcome back inside "the war room." >> governor, it is great to be here. thanks for having me. >> jennifer: you bet. you tweeted about this. why was that the most important exchange of the debate especially since the fact checkers say president obama did not go on an apology tour. >> when you look at the cairo speech and the transcript, you can say he went overseas to the heart of the arab world and said the reason that there's trouble here in the arab world is because of colonialism and because of the cold war being used as proxies and he talked about palestinians being humiliated by our ally, israel. i think what governor romney is saying is that in a romney administration, we're going to go back to american leadership. we're going to go back to the kind of leadership that a democrat, john kennedy talked about in his inaugural speech.
just two days before the election. coming to us tonight from los angeles to discuss is alonso duralde. alonzo is author and film critic for "the wrap." thank you for being here. >> thanks for having me. >> jennifer: do you think the president obama is happy that this movie is coming out right before the election. >> well, i think anything that reminds people of one of his -- what has become one of his signature achievements of his first term it certainly can't hurt. >> jennifer: seal team six was produced by harvy weinstein who is an ardent obama supporter, but it is going to be aired ironically on fox. >> it may welcome down to a coincidence. i think it is the kind of thing that you can look at on the calendar and go hum. but so many of these things are so random that there could be any number of items in play. >> jennifer: there is another film about the bin laden raid and that's directed by katherine biglow, and that movie has been pushed back to december. why is that? >> it's a hard to say. nobody gives a clearance why nay moved it from october to dec
los angeles times" has wrote about it why aren't these things willing stopped? >> it takes forever to be investigated. to investigate in real time is very difficult. >> jennifer: do you think what he is doing could impact this election? >> oh, absolutely. there has been a lot of controversies -- you have actually what is a massive voter suppression campaign. and rove started it as a campaign against voter -- requiring id's for voters. >> think hypocrisy is just so rank, they have been beating this drum about voter fraud, and they are the ones caught with their hand in the cookie jar in 30 different states. i think some democratic attorney generals should be able to take some more aggressive action. thank you for coming. >> thank you for having me. that's craig unger, author of "boss rove: inside karl rove's secret kingdom of power." up next, george w's younger brother jeb is actually being quite vocal about the state of the republican party, and he is not exactly singing its praises. so use lysol disinfectant spray on soft surfaces everyday when you're clean
.c. to davenport iowa then off to denver colorado, and from there on to los angeles to type the tonight show with jay leno. he has still got to head to nevada for another -- for another rally, and this one with a uso-like where indicate katery perry will perform. but the enemy, mitt romney is also on the march. reflies from nevada to iowa -- wait -- nevada iowa to ohio, and all of these states have early voting. look. in nevada where 11% of the population has already voted there are good signs for the democrats. 45% democrats, 35 republican. in iowa almost a quarter of the stated has already voted, 47% democrats, 31% republicans. in ohio counter insurgency effort by republicans. that state doesn't report party affiliation so we have less intel there, but we know that 8% of turned in their ballots. and the president is ahead in the polls there. now let's take a look on the ground. in ohio the obama campaign has 131 field offices. meanwhile the romney army -- maybe i should say navy -- has just 40. in iowa, the president, 66 field offices, romney has ten. in nevada 26 for
's joining us from los angeles. jacob, welcome back inside "the war room." >> thank you, governor. good to be with you again. >> jennifer: how can the early voting process be reformed to give all americans equal access to an early ballot? >> you know, there is so much talk about voter disenfranchisement but the big elephant in the room that no one talks about is in 15 states, there is literally no opportunity to vote early like president obama did today or with a -- what's called a no excuse absentee ballot so you're stuck voting on tuesday during the hours that the polls are open. if you're a single mother, single father, you work two or or you're a student with long hours and you can't get to the polls you're out of luck. >> >> jennifer: it is an extra hurdle. harvard university released recently a poll of voters between the ages of 18 and 29. that poll showed that only 6% plan to vote early at a polling place. 14% will vote by absentee ballot. what are you learning in your reporting about how young adults vi
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